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Conrad’s Rockin’ & Taking It 2 The Streets

"Rock the Block" is coming up in Conrad, on Saturday, July 16th, & right NOW, the Conrad Business Association is looking for street vendors for the weekend. You can get all the vendor information from Kit at 576 7144. BTW...if you want to show off your car or motorcycle, why not join the Rock the Block Car/Motorcycle Show! Everybody's talkin,' & Conrad's going to be rockin' come Saturday, the 16th.
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PBS Historical Documentary showing at Orpheum June 28

This July, Fort William Henry Harrison in Helena will celebrate the 80th anniversary of the formation of the First Special Service Force (FSSF). In 1942, the top-secret unit was a combined WWII fighting force made up of hand-picked U.S. and Canadian soldiers who set the standard for today’s Special Forces.
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Alluvion expands services to Choteau

Alluvion Health is expanding services to Choteau with the acquisition of Moore Medical Clinic. Owned and operated by Nurse Practitioner Caralynn Moore for the past 30 years, this transition to new ownership will not only expand the number of providers but services as well, including lab and radiological services, in addition to primary care. The transition from Moore Medical Clinic to Alluvion Health will officially take place on July 1, 2022. "I have been providing primary care...

FT Harrison’s Looking At 80!

This month, Fort William Henry Harrison down in Helena, is celebrating the 80th anniversary of the formation of the First Special Service. Back in 1942, the top-secret unit was a combined WW11 fighting force made up of hand-picked U.S. & Canadian soldiers who set the standard for today's Special Forces. Prior to the commemoration, the beautiful Orpheum Theatre in Conrad, will host & present the historical documentary, "The Devil's Brigade: To Helena & Back." The screening's FREE, & set for NEXT Tuesday evening, the 28th, at 7, at the Orpheum. Tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon at 2:30, Wendy Paulson from the Pondera Arts Council along with the infamous Gus Chambers from Montana PBS will be my special guests on the Puff Man Show. Thanks to the Pondera Arts Council, the film will be FREE to the public with a Q & A will follow...
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Fairfield Flower Planters Brighten Up Town Sidewalks

Whiles the Girl Scouts were cleaning up Fairfield’s American Legion Park last week, members of the Fairfield Chamber of Commerce, along with friends, were in the park preparing the Central Avenue flower planters for their annual migration from their wintering spot in the park to Fairfield’s main drag where the color will brighten up the town. The project was organized by the Chamber’s Kelly McInerney. The town crew, Nick and Chuck Dale will be moving the planters and Ostberg Greenhouse helped by providing a good deal on the flowers. Everyone who works on the planter project deserves a “thank you!”
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Big Sky Pottery Will Open Bynum Gallery

Andy Watson said as our interview got underway, “We do everything to help our community.”. Watson said he has had lots of people already stopping by, with most telling the artist, “I remember this…”. In the Great Falls Tribune of July 28, 1968, the newspaper reported that...
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Girl Scouts Clean Up Fairfield Park; Donate Cookies To Fairfield Fire And EMS

According to the council website, “As Girl Scouts, we strive to make the world a better place. To help fulfill our mission, GSMW invites all community-minded Girl Scouts, their troops, and families to participate in a Community Cleanup event during GSMW’s Community Cleanup Week, 2022. Through these council-wide events, girls, troops, and families will see first-hand not only the impact of litter but also the impact of community service.”
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Nominations Sought For Person/Couple/Group Of The Bench

The 2022 Fairfield Swim Days Committee is looking for nominations for the “Person/Couple/Group of the Bench.”. The nominee will be recognized during the annual event July 14-16 and will serve as the grand marshal of the parade. The “Person/Couple/Group of the Bench” started about 40 years ago when long-time...
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Fairfield’s Emily Clotfelter Named To Morningside University Dean’s List

SIOUX CITY, IOWA - Morningside University Vice President for Academic Affairs Chris Spicer announced the 454 students named to the Dean’s List for the spring semester of the 2021-22 academic year. The Dean’s List recognizes Morningside students who achieve a 3.67-grade point average or better and complete at least...